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THE BOURBON NEWS, PARIS, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 5, 1912
GEO. W. DAVIS
FDNERAL DIRECTOR AND LICENSED EMBALMER.
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Ladies' smart models in Velvet, Gun fl Cl
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BEST VOTE OFFER
AT 9 p'clock:
probably heard tha someon knw a
girl who was tortunate enough to se
cure a two year subesription and has a
few votes reserved.
Don't believe all these tales about
the tremendous reserve vote that this
candidate has or that the other candi
date is holding out. And don't believe
the story about the candidate who has
fifty or a hundred dollarsgand says that
she is going to spend it to win the
prize. That's simply more idle rumor
and when the stories are traced down
to the source there is nothing to them.
Probably the candidate who started
the story is your competitor and sim
ply started the story to irignten you
and cause you to quit so she will have
a better chance. Just remember that
votes cannot be bought that votes
are positively not transferable and
that the campaign is in charge of a re
liable contest lirm and they and the
management of the uaper will guaran
tee every contestant a fair and square
t 3361 Main St., Paris, Ky. g
Until further notice no contestant
will be allowed to poll more than a
sufficient number of votes to place
their standing 10,000 votes in advance
of the leader of the preceding issue.
For intsance, if A had 10,975 votes in
today's issue, you would bo allowed
enough to place your standing 20.965
votes in the next issue. As many sub
scriptions as you wish may be turned
in and vote ballots will be issued and
returned to you.
DOTY'S STUDIO, OFFICIAL PHO
TOGRAPHERS. Doty's Studio has been appointed the
Official Photographers of the Big Au
tomobile and Prize Capmaign. A pic
ture of each of the contestants will be
taken free and the photos of the lead
ing candidates will be published in the
News during the campaign. Secure an
order from the camDaign manager and
be tne first to have your Dhoto'publish-ed.
SCHEDULE OF VOTES,
Years ' 183,500
STANDING OF CONTESTANTS.
The list of candidates and the num
ber of votes each has will be printed
in this paper each issue. Votes must
be in this office at noon previous to the
day of publication. Votes coming in
after that time will be published in
the next issue.
DISTRICT NO. 1
Miss Hazel Duvall
Mis3 Flora Hill
Miss Matilda James..
Miss Frances Kenney
Robt. A. Rose
Mrs. Lizzie Burke
Mrs. Leer Stout
Miss Ida Paynter
Miss Elemeta Hinton
Miss Mary Brown
O. P. Carter, Jr
Carley B. Scott
Miss Elsie Thomas. . .
Miss Bob Morris
Mr. U. S. G.Pepper left Monday for
a prospecting tour of Canada.
Mr. R. B. Boulden left Friday for a
few days visit to his brother, Mr. J.
W. Boulden, at Maysville.
Dr. C. B. Smith and Mr. W. V. Shaw
leave today tor their annual hunt
through Arkansas and Mississippi.
Mrs. Mollie Slack, of Sharpsburg.
was the guest of her brother. Mr. J.
J. Peed and family from Friday until
I will have a corn show at my store
from Friday. Nov. 15 tc 25. Two pre
miums will be offered. See me for
2t JOEL W. MOCK.
"Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Grimes have re
turned from their wedding tour and
arefnow occcupying the Bryan flat, re
cently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. J.. B.
Mr. Bert McClintock, who was in2
iured by a fall from a buggy about
two weeks ago carried an accident pol
icy in the agency of Mr. J. E. Cray.
The benefits of $15 per week were set
tled within four days after the peti
tions were filed.
Mr. Duwad Mason met with a pain
ful accident Satuday afternoon, while
assisting in raising some barreled corn
from the ground to the windows in the
top of the crib. It was being elevated
by a rope which broke and the barrel
striking him in the head intlicted a se
verejbruise on the scalp but not a se
Rev. R. S. Saunders, the retiring
pastor of the Presbjterian church,
preached his last sermon Sunday morn
ing to a large audience. Rev. Saun
ders has been pastor of the church
here for more than five years and in
that time has made a large circle of
friends who have looked UDon he and
hisjgood wife as a part of our commu
nity. Mr. Saunders begun his mar
ried life here, being united in marri
age about three months after coming
to Millersbnrg to Miss LucygTaylor, of
Rochester, N. Y. During tneir mar
ried life two bright little sons have
been born into the home. During the
time of his pastorate he has taken
quite a number into the church, per
formed a number of marriage ceremo
nies and administered to the bereaved
in the last sad rites of funeral ser
vices. He and his good wife have en
deared themselves to every family in
the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Saun
ders was also a member of all the
ladies societies of the church, and
prominent in all kinds of church work
They are both cultured and refined and
have a large circle of friends outside
of their own congregation who regret
their departure from our midst. They
left today for their new field of labor
in Gretna, Florida.
One of the most surprising weddings
which has taken place in this commu
nity for a long time was that of Miss
Curlie Insko to Mr. Clinton B. Bastin.
The young couple went to Lexington,
leaving from Carlisle at 3 p. m. Satur
day afternoon Miss Insko had been
visitine friends at Moorefield since
Thursday. Mr. Bastin left here Sat
urday on the noon train for Carlisle,
where they met, leaving at the time
named for Lexington, and were united
in jmarriage at the home of (Elder
Mark Collis at 5 p. m.
Miss Insko is the youngest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Clemon Insko and is
very attractive and popular young
Mr. "and Mrs. Joe Smith have re
Mr. Glen Walker was in Cincinati on
business this week.
Miss Rath Tate has returned to her
home in the country.
Miss Bessie Lee Ewalt is recovering
rapidly after a severe illness.
Mr. and Mrs. James Whalen left
Monday for Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
Born, recently, to the wife of Mr.
Will Stuart, twins boy and girl.
Mrs. Harrv Minter and daughter are
the guests ofMr. and Mrs. John Doty.
Miss Besbie Talbott visited Miss Ida
Bell Tate the latter part of the week.
Mrs. James McMurty has returned
to her home in Cynthiana after a visit
Mr. John Ewalt and James Mahor
ney are attending the races at Latouia
Mr.George:Kelly, of Millville, Ind..
has returned home after a vist to rela
Miss Julia Lail has returned home
after a visit to her brother, Dr. Paul
Lail, in Louisville.
Mr. Wayne Wolfenbeiger Jeffc this
week for Battle Creek, Mich., where
he will accen. a position.
Mrs. A. Merimee has returned home
after a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
Walter Paynter in Carlisle.
Mrs. Harrv Current has returned to
her home in Richmond after a week's
visit to relatives and friends of this
The'Shawhan Sshool, which was
closed the past week on account of the
prevalence of diphtheria in the neigh
borhood, opened yesterday.
Subscribe, vote before 9 r. m.
Girl Shot While on Coon Hunt.
Miss Mabel Dunn, aged 20, daugh
ter of W. E. Dunn, president of the
Citizens National Bank of Nobleville,
Ind., was shot and seriously wounded
Friday night in Mason county.
She was visiting Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Owens and aDartv of socie
ty young men and women went out in
autos on a coon hunt. While going
throuch Best Gault's place nearjMur
phywillc he mistook them for a party
of Hallowe'en maraucers and shot at
them with a revolver, a 38-calibre ball
striking Miss Dunn in the back, eoing
Jhrough a sweater and imbedded itself
in her bieast.
She was taken to the Wilson Hosdi
tal in Maysville where her injury was
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44,500 votes for $4 until 9 p. m.
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Luella Jones 4,225
Miss Ada Bivins 15,750
Miss Will Davis Judy 4,590
Mrs. Bert ash 15,250
Miss Maiy Ligon 10,125
Mrs. Fraak Bedtord 24,950
Mrs. Wm. Farris 10,225
Miss Mary Shanklin 11,225
Mrs. Clark Leer 11,975
Miss Lucia Butler 5,525
Miss Lucille Dailey 13,300
Miss Laura Bell Faulconer 22,950
Miss Ida Cumber, 10,100
Miss Sallie K. Peterson 30,975
Miss Anna D. Clark 2,425
Miss Lucille Hopkins 2,fi50
Miss Lizzie Gill 1,000
Miss Etta Mae Morgan 4,050
M iss Laura Smith 3,650
Miss Jennie Bramel 26,600
Miss Ida Bell Tate 5,225
Miss Bessie Ewalt 16,300
Lucian Terrell 4,050
Miss Mary Ginn 10,750
Miss Lillie Martin 27,225
Miss Cumma Hudnall 14,725
James W. Thompson 2,750
Mrs. Roy Turner 2,225
Mrs. Louis Mussinon 2,200
Miss Shady Shanks 23,425
Miss Curlie Insko 1,275
Miss Nancy Whaley 1,050
Miss Katherine Linville 1,000
Address all nominations and commu
nications to the Campaign Manager
The Bourbon News, Paris, Ky.
Immense Line of Wall Paper.
Call at my store and pick from the
large new stock of wall paner just
what you need and have it put on
your wallu. Experienced decorators
are ready to do your bidding.
J. T. HINTON.
NORTH MIDDLET0WN ITEMS.
Suburban Home For Sale.
We have for sale a small improved
place on the Interurban line, just out
side the limits of Paris. The property
contains about two acras. has an abun
dance of all kinds of fruit, large gar
den, pasture and never failing water.
Improvements consist of five room
house, pantvj, presses, concreted cel
lar, etc., stable, servants cabin, and
other outbuildings. House and stable
lighted with electricity.
This property has been listed ith
us for quick sale and can be bought at
the right price.
McCLURE & CLENDENN.
29 3t Real estate Agents.
lady. For the past two years she has
been connected with the Bourbon Home
Telephone Co. Mr. Bastin is a native
of Garrard and came here about six
weeks ago as local manager for the
Bourbon Home Telephone Co. They
had never met until at this time.
They returned yesterday evening and
will take rooms in the Farmers Bank
flat. During the short time Mr. Bas
tin has been with us ha has made him
self popular with the people. They
are the recipients of showers of con
gratulations. Mr3. Carl Meade Best, of Millers-
burg, entertaired a number of out of
town guests very handsomely Friday
afternoon at M. M. I. from one until
four o'clock. Mrs. Best, who is a most
graciouBgand cordial hostess, received
her guests in the leception hall.
Standing with her were Mrs. W. D.
Oldham, of Richmond; Mrs. Kofct.
Saunders, of Millerbsurg; Mrs. J. S.
Best, of Cynthiana, and Mrs. Thos.
McDaniel. of Cynthiana. Mrs. San
ford Allen, of Millersburg. introduced
the visitors to these ladies. Conducted
into the reading room by Mrs Wm Mil
ler, the guests were served with grape
juice by two charming young Millers
burg brides. Mrs. Alex. S. Miller and
Mrs. Mackey C. Grimes, from a table
decorated with a lovely arrangement
of nasturtiums and graDes,
In the long library with its beauti
ful furnishings the guests freely
mingled and were entertained by Miss
Bettie T Vimont, Mrs. W. V. Shaw,
Miss Clark, Mrs Will Judy. Mrs. Oscar
Rankin and Frances Cook. In the rear
end oftthe spacious entrance hall Can
tain Freas and Miss Nell furnished de
lightful music on piano and violin.
At 2:30 the guests were ushered into
the dining hall, and all. about ninety
in number, were seated at one time.
This commodious department, beauti
ful at all times was rendered very at
tractive by an artistic arrangement
of autumn leaver', hanging baskets
and the brilliant red berries of bitter
sweet. Seven large tables were used
to accommodate the guests, each table
being lovely in its appointments. The
ctnterpieces were baskets of fruit or
flowers, and one had an immense
pumpkin in the center filled with veg
etables and green and red peppers.
Exquisitely tinted autumn leaves and
delicate feins were scattered over the
cloths. The table where a number of
beautiful brides and young matrons
were seated had a tall vase of white
chrysanthemums in the center. Each
of the following ladies presided at a
table: Mrs. C. M. Best, Mrs. Layson
Tarr, Mrs. Arthur Best. Mrs. Sanford
Allen, Mrs. Wm. Miller, Mrs. Louis
Rogers and Mrs. Owen Ingels.
A delicious two course luncheon was
served, accompanied with coffee, home
made candies, nuts and sweetmeats.
The company included guests from
Cynthiana, Georgetown, Richmond and
Millerbsurg, but the larger 'number
were from Paris. Others assisting
Mrs. Best were Mrs. C. B. Smith,
Mrs. uscar M. Johnson and Mrs. Pur-nell.
Among those who attended the per
formance of "Madame Sherry" at
Paris Friday night were Miss Ruth
Brown, Mr. James Gibson. Mr. Frank
Sledd, Mr. Graham Jones and Mr. Rob
The Middletown subscriber would
hardly have recognized mV'Queen of
Hearts" and "Snow Queen," their
operators Mrs. Brown ar.d Bedford,
who atttended a Hallowe'en party in
Paris given by Mrs. Stone and Miss
Lusby. A jack-o-lantern guided them
Uo the door, where they were ushered
into a dimly lighted hall in which
stood a shock of corn surrounded by
the fruits and vegetables of the season.
The ghost and his stories were there.
Pumpkins heaped with fruit were con
veniently placed and over all shown
the ghostly light from the grinning
jack-o-lantern. They reported an en
joyable evening that turned the year
back to childhood's freedom from
cares in its gladsomeness. The hos
tesses were complimented on their
ability to make every one welcome and
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P. H. S. and M. M. I. Play a Tie.
In a hard fought contest the M. M.
I. football team and the Paris High
School team played a tie game at
White Park yesteday, the result being
7 to 7. The two teams were about
evenly matched, and it was anybody's
game up to the last uart of the third
quarter, when the M. 1VL I. team suc
ceeded in making a touchdown and
kicking thegoal which netted 7 points.
The Paris boys were not to be outdone
by their opponents, and in the first
Dart of the fourth quarter evened up
matters, when Lynch crossed the goal
line and Link kicked the goal, tieing
the score, amid wild cheers by the
Paris rooters. A large number of the
Cadets fiom M. M. I. accompanied
their; team here and one of the largest
crowds of the season witnessed the
game, which was intensely exciting
The Paris team will sojourn to Mill
ersburg next Monday, when the two
teams will again battle for honors.
The "Orange and Black" are deter
mined tocarry off the victory, and a
largecrowd.will accompany their fa
vorites to that citv.
Stop That Ache.
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body can be relieved with Shipp's
Quick Relief Liniment. 100 reward
if it fails and the purchasejprice is not
reufnded. Try, it and see. 50 cents at
Aftwo year old steer, dehorned and
branded on right hip with "C has
strayed from my place on the Winches
ter pikp. Information leading to re
coveiy will be rewarded.
1 3t S. BROOKS CLAY. 9
Home Phone 2046 Paris, Ky.
For Friday Only,
3 Cakes Ivory Soap for 10c.
Cream Pitchers, assorted decora
Self Basting Roasting Pans, extra
size, and extra good value, each $1.19.
Covered Roasting Pans, indented
bottoms, prevents burning, made of
sheet iron, 3 sizes, each 29c, 39c 49c.
6-Quart pure white enameled Cook
ing Kettles, real value 50c, on sale
"Window Shades, 3x6 feet, mounted
onheavy spring rollers, complete 19c.
5c Mouse Traps.
5c Box Tooth Picks.
5c Stocking Darners.
5c Ink Tablets.
5c Coat Hangers.
5 c Tooth Brushes.
Pick out any two articles for 5c.
5c and 10c Store
Worth 25c Yard, will
go Saturday at
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National 5c and 10c
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